FU Xiaona, female, born in 1963, got a bachelor and master degree from Liaoning University in 1987 and 1991 respectively and she has been a teacher at Liaoning University since 1989. She received a doctorate in literature from Shanghai International Studies University in 2013, third grade professor, supervisor of graduate students, one of the top ten teachers and excellent undergraduate teachers of Liaoning University, director of the Center for American Literature and Cultural Development of Liaoning University, the first group teacher-training expert of Liaoning University, communication review expert of National Social Science Fund project, communication review expert of Humanities and Social Science Research Project of Ministry of Education, peer review expert of Liaoning Province Social Science Fund, member of Liaoning High Education Institute of Foreign Language Teaching and Research, principle member of the Chinese-Foreign Cultural Exchange Committee of Writers Association of Liaoning Province and senior personnel of Shenyang. She has a broad academic vision and strong scientific research ability. She has published more than 40 papers in academic journals such as Contemporary Writers Review, English and American Literary Studies, Social Science Journal, Foreign Theoretical Trends, China Higher Education Research and China Education Daily, and published more than 10 monographs and translation works. She has presided over one project of Humanities and Social Sciences Research and Planning Fund Project of the Ministry of Education, and she has been the head of a sub-project of a key National Social Science Fund project. She has presided over more than 20 projects of provincial scientific research projects, such as the Provincial Social Science Planning Fund Project, the Scientific Research Project of the Provincial Education Department, the Provincial Higher Education Undergraduate Teaching Reform Research Project, the Provincial Social Sciences Federation Project and the Provincial Educational Science Planning Project, with a funding of more than 300,000 yuan. She has won the third prize of the 12th (2009—2010) Provincial Philosophy and Social Sciences Achievements and the third prize of the Provincial Higher Education Teaching Achievements (Graduate Students).
Courses offered: College English, English Listening, and English for Graduate Students.
Research directions: English language and literature, comparative literature, literature communication, translation and dissemination of Chinese culture, and international communication of the Chinese language.